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Polarization refers to the direction of the electric field. An antenna receptive (maximum response) to the particular field is co-polarized. Radiation with the electric field rotated 90 degrees is cross polarized. stutzman has published a book, Polarization in Electromagnetic Systems that goes into significant detail on the subject. Less detai
This is a classic problem that all classic antenna text books (Balanis, Volakis, stutzman , Kraus ...) cover, as well as most of the software such as HFSS, CST, FEKO, WIPLD, IE3D ....
Hello, I am a student studying in Korea. beginner.. I need your help..!!! Prob. 11.3-2 : A linear array of four quarter-wave microstrip patches spaced 4.2cm apart are to be excited to produce an endfire beam. The operating frequency is 2.73GHz and the substrate relative dielectric constant is 2.45. Sketch the corporate feed network required t
Guys, I really would appreciate your help in matching this 5-element semi-circular dipole array which is excited by 5 lumped ports in HFSS. What offset excitation port phase under Edit Sources do you use when matching it? Is it the same phase I want to steer it at? I read in stutzman book that arrays are usually matched at broadside or
Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design, Constantin Balanis Antenna Theory and Design,stutzman and Thiele Antennas John D kraus. Regards Rotmanlens.
Hi every body wonder if any body has the solution of problem "1-10-5" in chapter one in antennae theory and design for stutzman, its in the first edition in 1981 the problem begins with: 1-10-5. suppose a transmitting antenna produces a maximum far -zone electric field in a certain direction given by ...... many thanks
Hi I am having an antenna course which is kind of a general introduction to antennas and its kinds, and we are following stutzman and balanais book, wounder if any one can kindly advice me where I can find some sites which gives simple and clear explanations with examples for calculations and solutions or a book which is not full of equations whi
Hello, I'm a newbie on this field and have little experience writing in English. Recently I read "Antenna Theory and Design" written by Warren L. stutzman. However, my background on this subject is far from the understanding. Because my major is Computer Science. I have searched some books to supplement this gap. Finally, I found a book written
check constantien balanies or stutzman Added after 2 hours 42 minutes: by the way thanks for you Abhishekabs for this link
Run down a copy of Polarization in Electromagnetic Systems, stutzman to read more than you ever imagined existed about antenna polarization determination.
hi there to begin with you can refer to these standard books.Balanis,Pozar and stutzman.once u are done reading it you can looking into simulation softwares.simulation softwares are a different world initself.if u are dealing with ANSOFT,i would recommend you working with HFSS or designer.since a lot of guys in here can provide you with files.
I would like to obtain solutions for the stutzman' Antenna Theory and Design. I would like to check my answers and make sure I am solving the problems in the correct manner. If someone can please help me in any form, I would appreciate it. Thank You !
Antenna Theory and Design by Warren L. stutzman, Gary A. Thiele, * Antenna Theory & Design (IEEE Press Series on Electromagnetic Wave Theory) by: Robert S. Elliott Antenna Engineering Handbook, Fourth Edition by John Volakis
stutzman discusses sleeved antennas in his book. I am certain that you could find additional information in TAP ( ).
hi, where can I find information about the theory of magnetic loop antennas? Antenna Theory and Design, stutzman Chapter 2
For basic antenna theory, I recommend stutzman, Thiele: Antenna Theory and Design
More information on dividers can be found in stutzman, "Microwave Engineering". There will be references where you can seek additional information. The Web is your friend on this as well as Xplore at where you can find pounds of material on Wilkinson dividers. Or just buy what you need from Krytar, Narda, or others. They are
Make sure that you know the orientation of your antenna and the preferred polarization of the radiated signal. Co and cross polarization is often referenced to this direction. If you want a detailed discussion of this subject run down a copy of: "Polarization in Electromagnetic Systems" - Warren L. stutzman HFSS has efficiency calculatio
The book by stutzman/Thiele is quite a good one:
Take a look in stutzman's book on polarization.